Step back in time and enjoy a variety of cruises on beautiful Lake Muskoka. http://realmuskoka.com/muskoka-steamships/
All aboard for 140 years of steamship history on the Muskoka Lakes. There are many unique marine and heritage artifacts from RMS Segwun and her sister ships on display. It is open from May to October. It's a perfect way to begin your Segwun or Wenonah II cruise. The museum is located at Segwun's wharf.
Muskoka is lucky to still have an abundance of local wildlife not found in city settings. Our fury friends can be seen during the camping season. Raccoons, squirrels, foxes, deer and moose are spotted regularly throughout our natural surroundings.
Because we are in the heart of the Muskokas, we are within close proximity of many sumptuous restaurants, artisans, boutiques, events and attractions. While visiting us you can explore the best of what Muskoka has to offer without the hassle of traffic or hours on the road.
Treetop Trekking Huntsville is the most exciting adventure activity in Muskoka, and is home to Tarzan, a giant freefall swing! Spend a fun filled day at our huge aerial game and zipline park on Highway 60 in Huntsville. http://treetoptrekking.com/en/huntsville/
Scenic farm has something for everyone to discover - 360 days a year! Browse the Cranberry Emporium and find 'everything cranberry' from wine, preserves and sweets to candles, soap and gifts. Taste their award-winning wines with their friendly and knowledgeable staff. Hike on our picturesque trails, take a tour, discover hidden treasure or bring your kids for critter catching and other adventures.
The Tree Museum is open from May to October.
There is no admission charge.
The Tree Museum site is open, and visitors are welcome to view the existing artworks, and see how they may change over time.
This Fall is a great time to see the colours!
The tour is self-directed, with signs and information to help you enjoy the experience. From Doe Lake Road to the first sculpture is about 1 kilometre - its another 1.2 kilometres to the centre of the site.After walking a kilometre, you will see a beaver dam to your right. Turn left through gateposts, and the first of THE TREE MUSEUMs contemporary sculptures awaits you. Allow yourself the time to enjoy the walk and discover the art.
Visit http://www.thetreemuseum.ca/ for more information.
The Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is located on 3,000 acres of wetlands, fen and forest in Midland, Ontario (in the Heart of Georgian Bay). The Centre includes an amphibian and reptile display hall, hiking, biking and skiing trails, canoeing and kayaking routes, an observation tower and boardwalks, birds of prey display, education classroom, event facilities, gift shop and Naturalists on staff.
The historic Kirkfield Lift Lock is located a few kilometres north of the Village of Kirkfield. The Kirkfield Lift Lock is the second highest hydraulic lift lock in the world with a lift of 15 metres (49 ft). The lock is situated at the highest point along the Waterway at 256.20 meters (840.5 ft) above sea level. Visit http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/on/trentsevern/visit/visit6/lock36.aspx
Enjoy a big theatre Screen on top of a giant rock. The drive In is surrounded by beautiful Muskoka pines. Come relax and watch movies under the stars surrounded by tranquility. Visit http://www.muskokadrivein.com/ for show times, cost, and movies playing.
300 passenger sightseeing cruise ship operating on Lake Muskoka. See www.ladymuskoka.com for more information.